As most of the participants in this workshop are aware, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is actively engaged in the Google Book Search settlement (details at http://www.eff.org/issues/privacy/google-book-search-settlement).
I mentioned this event to Cindy Cohn from the EFF. She was interested, but won't be able to attend. However, she hoped to encourage participants to consider the full breadth of values that libraries stand for, framing the issue as, "How can we ensure that digital libraries maintain the same privacy protections that non-digital libraries have worked hard to build and preserve?"
Also, she wondered how much interest there would be in brainstorming about the technology required for an online library to mimic the anonymous reading and browsing that we enjoy in regular libraries.
Enjoy the event!
Cheers! Zak Greant